September 18th, 2014
BRYANT â€“ The Bryant Lady Hornets ran into a tough opponent Tuesday night in Bryant when the Russellville Lady Cyclones swept the Lady Hornets 3-0 (21-25, 11-25, 16-25) in 7A/6A Central Conference play.
â€śRussellville is a very good team, period,â€ť Bryant Coach Lawrence Jefferson said. â€śTheyâ€™re right up there with Texas High we played at Spikefest. I think (Russellville) is a little better. They hit well, they cover well, they pass well, they serve well; I donâ€™t think they did anything bad [Tuesday].â€ť
Benton Police Department
â€˘A woman on South Main Street reported her Social Security card and her son's Social Security card were stolen from her vehicle.
â€˘A man on South Second Street reported a backpack was stolen from his vehicle.
â€˘A man on River Street reported fuel was stolen from his vehicle.
â€˘A manager at Shiny Carwash on Military Road reported an individual attempted to break into a coin vault.
â€˘Kyle Paul Davis, 25, of Alexander received a citation for theft of property in conjunction with an incident at Econo Lodge.
LITTLE ROCK â€” Republican gubernatorial candidate Asa Hutchinson said Wednesday that Arkansas residents are about to be treated to something that voters in Iowa and New Hampshire see every four years â€” a barrage of political advertising.
Speaking to the Political Animals club in Little Rock, Hutchinson estimated that candidates up and down the ballot would spend $16 million over the next seven weeks on television and other media ads. He compared the upcoming ad blitz to the opening races of runs for the White House.